FALL!!











We have been enjoying the fun fall weather, even though it seems to be getting colder and colder we have found small pockets of good weather and made the best of it.


The kids are all playing soccer this year, and it has been so fun to be a soccer mom full time! Jon and I coach for all the kids, he coaches Kelby's team and I coach Morgan and Taylor. They all wanted to play when we were signing up Kelby so we said ok lets do this!! Yes we must be crazy to have decided to coach all teams cause now we live soccer. Our Saturday morning is soccer, soccer, soccer!! It has been a lot of fun to see them grow and learn how to move the ball down the field. Morgans age group is the funniest to watch just a bunch of kids all going for the ball and even taking it away from there own players, but they are learning how to get it in the goal. Kelby is in a more advanced age this year and they are starting positions and they have Refs, so they get called on things that are illegal in the game so they are learning more of the rules. Taylor is in the age where the rules are full force no letting them go and learn any more. They have goalys at this age and have to know all the rules of the game. They all are loving it and having a blast, and so are Jon and I. Pictures still to come.



Another fall activity we did is went to the Crazy T Ranch, Jon's parents property, It was a little cold but Jon was able to help his dad with the cabin and the kids had fun running all over the property. On the way home we stopped on the side of the road in Parleys to canyon to enjoy the fall colors. There were so many beautiful colors on the trees, the kids had fun finding leaves of orange, pink, and yellow.












Yesterday we took the kids to J & J Nursery to pick a free pumpkin with our friends the Hagburgs, we got to go on a hay ride to the pumpkin patch then the kids got to pick whatever pumpkin they wanted. The kids were amazed at how many pumpkins there were.








Taylor, Jaylee, Kelby, Morgan, Cambrie, Owen, and Hadley











1 comment:

shara said...

It looks like the soccer gene didn't skip a generation. Think of all the exercise you are getting coaching the kids. Plus it probably is making you want to start playing again.